"Michael Galganski just might be the genius who is rewriting the whole notation system and doing it in a bombastic, theatrical way. I know he is onto something fresh and exciting"
- Barry Cohen, New Music Connoisseur
- Joanne Falletta, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra
"Quite a score; an impressive achievement"
- David Felder
"I've never seen anything like it—it's beautiful"
- Lukas Foss
"Graceful and elegant"
- Elizabeth Hoffmann
"The score of the future"
- Fred Lerdahl
DyllicArray is the artistic sobriquet for Michael Galganski, a self-coined “Emblematic” who specializes in visualizing musical composition through autograph notation, Tonal mechanics and figurative seating layouts.
Michael’s educational background can be found with degrees in Composition from SUNY Fredonia, CUNY Queens and his Doctoral studies from Temple University, while his professional career includes faculty positions amongst Niagara University, Canisius College, Philadelphia University and Penn State Abington, as well as staff membership at several Music Academies and commercial shops in Philadelphia.
Musical premieres have included performances with the Canisius College Young Artist Series, Buffalo Woodwind Quintet, Temple University Quintet Players and Philadelphia Composer Society. Galganski’s published articles have also contributed to the New Music Connoisseur and Philadelphia Music Makers periodicals.
- Robert Moran
- Carol Wincenc, New York Woodwind Quintet
"As good as it gets"
- Gregory Woodward
"Beautiful looking stuff"
- John Zorn